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2011 Honda Cr-v
Air Intake Systems

2011 Honda Cr-v Air Intake Systems

Not sure which 2011 Honda CR-V Air Intake Systems are right for you? We have over 20796 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"I found the installation quite simple and thourough. It took about twenty minutes to install (including removing the factory stock setup) and included a spot for the factory cold air sensor. I have noticed a nice jump in acceloration, as well as mileage. Exhaust is up next and I can't wait to see the combined effects!" —Daniel K from Flint, MI bought an aFe Cold Air Intakes for a 2011 Honda CR-V, 540i, body style E39, 4.4L V8.

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Injen Replacement Air Intake Filters

Replacement filter/Nissan Altima 3.5SR coupe

I was wanted to have two filters so I don't have to wait until the summer to clean and dry the filter. View more reviews...
Posted By Hassan M (Jessup , MD ) / January 19, 2016
2018 Honda CR-V
K&N Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters


i've a customer from K&N SINCE 2002, in all my cars and suv, and definetly is a undeniable choice when you compare with the stock original filter, better gas mileage slighty (1/2" mile to 1 mile) but instead of that the main reason is, not to buy again the restricte stock filter, second, better CFM , which mean better air flow, so your engine breath better, and optimize the air fuel ratio. is good to mention that always clean your MAF SENSOR, and disconnect the negative pole of the car battery , push the brake pedal to discharge the energy of the ECU, of the vehicle, to re-learn the new CFM values, and optimize the vehicle, and more evident if you decide to upgrade to cold intake air. View more reviews...
Posted By Carlos L (Miami, FL) / January 27, 2012
2004 Honda CR-V
Volant Pro 5 Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters


can tell a big diffrence in performance and sound View more reviews...
Posted By don b (WENATCHEE, WA) / March 11, 2020
2010 Toyota Tundra